Threescore and More

Alan Weiss

Routledge

This book analyses the value of age in a world were ageism is prominent. For example, airline pilots are forced to retire at 65 when they are arguably at top of their game. As a result, organisations remove highly skilled performers.

In Threescore and More, Weiss explains that instead of forcing people to retire, organisations should appreciate the new abilities that come with age. He then places an emphasis on how people can take control of their lives and influence everything from business to politics.

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